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you about what the future is, if you look back at the elections. what they do say is the environment in the state or the geography matters. both of the environments have helped. >> and ideology matters. >> and competence matters. >> christie is a conservative on some issues. like abortion. but other issues that are important, immigration, the environment, he takes a more moderate stance. it's a story, in a purple state, a tea party candidate is going to be at a disadvantage. >> and hurricane sandy, his ability, what he did, obviously, we're now having the new york city marathon this year. which we didn't have last year. because of how he handled hurricane sandy basically determined his election. >> christie said, i asked him about these issues, he said, you know what you guys all misunderstand about politics, it's not about ticking off boxes on this issue or that issue, he said that, at the end, it's a personal judgment about your leaders. politics is personal. we'll see. it was an interesting analysis about what a leader is. >> we'll have to do that. >> talk about virginia for a sec
environment and they are beating for her -- petitioning for her removal. >> two huge excavators have been tracked down that were stolen from a site. we have this photo of one of the two, 15 ton excavators taken from the job site in clinton. each is worth $120,000 and would take a huge effort to move. a tip led them to a property 20 miles from the site. no arrests have been announced. >> time for a check on the weather. what is going on, mike? >> it is much cooler. 11 degrees cooler in livermore. nine in san carlos. four in oakland. 13 degrees cooler in half moon bay. to the north, the frost advisory is dropped. it is 39 in santa rosa. that is as cool as it is right now. napa is 40. novato is 41. mill valley is 42. 49 in richmond district. temperatures are 53 in alameda, a warm spot, and 48 in redwood city and 43 in san jose and lafayette and 42 in san ramon. it will be cooler stepping outside this morning because of the clear and calm conditions and the dry air. you may want to grab a heavier coat. total sunshine by noon. upper 50's to mid-60's by 4:00. we are back in the low 50's to near
] [tires screeching] toxic chemicals and carcinogens are leaching into the environment. it's happening right where we live, work and play. everywhere. cigarette butts are toxic waste. let's stop the toxic litter. learn more at rethinkbutts.org >>> naung very much. good morning, everybody. we'll start with live doppler 7118. you see a few clouds lurking off the coast. all of us are clear this morning. let's talk about what's going to happen this afternoon. our warmest day in the forecast. we look at how clean there air is. you can see nice reflection on the bay water. above average warmth everywhere. mid to upper 60s at the coast. low to mid 60s around the bay. and mid 70s. >>> developing news out of hayward. a woman
environment, maybe stop thinking about things and thinking about the world and how scary that is and come out and actually get scared. >> reporter: as profits rise faster than the living dead. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> our thanks to clayton tonight. >>> here in miami this evening we are hours away from the launch of america's newest cable network, abc teaming up with univision. the channel is called fusion, delivered in english and reaching out to the young people, the so called millennials on the move and fusion is chasing them. as the sun sets in miami tonight, there will be more than the night life taking form. america's newest cable network is about to be born. it's called fusion. abc and spanish language giant univision teaming up. >> this is it. >> reporter: the most famous anchor, many of you have never heard of. when diane is on "world news," jorge ramos is on at the same time with millions watching him, too, in spanish. the change now, when he says good night he'll walk 30 steps to his new show in english. who does he have in mind? the children and grandchildren of the vi
as a sheltered environment for children of 12 families has grown into a place that fosters community inclusion. a look through the eyes of one of the clients. >> for michael, painting brought him peace. >> it's relaxing. >> his passion is reflected on the walls of abilities united, serving people of all age was a range of disabilities. >> what is your favorite? >> lion. >> he's nice. >> it's a talent fostered by abilities united. his works have been sold throughout the bay area and beyond. >> to michael it's huge self esteem build. now he knows he's an artist and people, anywhere, i meerngs he sold work internationally. it's huge. >> reporter: executive director says michael thrived, learning independent living skill was a coach. >> things you and i take for granted like going out, shopping, traveling on the bus, cleaning our place, doing a budget, those skills we try to teach so that the people that we're serving can be a successful as possible out there in the community. >> reporter: tell me about what this program has helped you with. >> become independent. help my social skills and they'
recommended a similar plan before, saying it was easier on the environment. but then, back in april, planners changed the route to the west, calling it more efficient. but farmers in the area complaincomplai complained about possible damage to their property, so the plan has been changed back to the east. >> much of the country is waking up to the aftermath of frightful halloween storms. the system left behind a large, constructive trail producing a tornado that suchd down in texas. >> mother nature delivered a trick, frightening weather to put halloween on hold across the nation's mid section. thunderstorms, towards central texas, several areas were flooded. cars were no match for the rising water. helicopters rescued hundreds south of austin. emergency crewes and boats went door to door. they saved one family, including their dog, stuck on a roof. >> well, well, everything is -- oh. >> residents returned to their homes and found nothing left. >> every -- everything i have, everything is gone, forever. >> a possible tornado twisted in bridge city, texas, knocking shingles off rooftops, rippi
environment and thinking about the world and how scary that part is. >> for the haunted house owners are faster than the living dead. for more on halloween events go to abc7news.com and we have links across the bay area. still to come, the street artists are sistering up new controversy tonight. why he is calling out the design for the new building at the world trade center. plus a modern artist turning to a modern format. it is his new exhibit debuting this weekend in san francisco. >> and hi, everyone. i am meteorologist leigh glaser. we'll check in with live doppler 7hd and take another look at how windy it is in your neighborhood. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the importan and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles.
, but therapy. >> people want to escape. they want to get into another environment and thinking about the world and how scary that part is. >> for the haunted house owners are faster than the living dead. for more on halloween events go to abc7news.com and we have links across the bay area. still to come, the street artists are sistering up new controversy tonight. why he is calling out the design for the new building at the world trade center. plus a modern artist turning to a modern format. it is his new exhibit debuting this weekend in san francisco. >> and hi, everyone. i am meteorologist leigh glaser. we'll check in with live doppler 7hd and take another look at how windy it is in your neighborhood. in 1977, an 8-year-old boy picked up the game of golf from his father. the odds of that same boy then making it to the u.s. and european pro golf tours? 1 in 7 million. the odds of the "big easy" winning the u.s. open once twice? 1 in 1.2 billion. the odds of him having a child diagnosed with autism? 1 in 88. ernie els encourages you to learn the signs of autism. just wait. a new survey finds 9
education. credit is say the appointment create as more hostile environment and they are petitioning for her removal. >> good news of two huge excavators stolen from an east bay construction site. authorities have tracked the vehicles out. officials sent a photo that is one of the two, 15-ton excavators taken from the job site on monday, each worth $120,000. police say a tip led the c.h.p. to a property in byron 20 miles away from the construction site. no arrests have been announced. >> now to leyla gulen and traffic because there is a big problem in berkeley. >> this is. here is the backup at the split from richmond, backups from buchanan, bumper to bumper and top speed is 13 miles per hour. this is from emeryville camera, c.h.p. is blocking a lane with five-car crash with two lanes blocked and we cleared a lane. one is still blocked off as they wait for a tow truck to arrive. you can see the traffic it is causing and you want to give yourself extra time or avoid it. if you are coming through berkeley, this is what you have to work through. it sounds like it is chilly outside. mike? >> kgo
of a college education. credit is say the appointment creates a more hostile environment and are petitioning for her her her removal. >> two huge excavators have been stolen from a site and they have been tracked down. this is one of the two, 15 ton excavators taken from the construction site last month in clayton. they are each worth $120,000 and would take a huge effort to move. a tip led c.h.p. to a property in byron 20 miles from the construction site. no arrests have been announced. >> officials want to know why stevens creek is die -- is dry for unknown reasons, starting last week. water has been released from the low reservoir to protect fish and other wildlife but it hasn't helped. it is to the point where the district will tap a pipeline that carries water from the sacramento delta to the reservoir which could be released by today. >> the bay area largest city is facing a growing problem: san jose listens on keeping police officers from leaving their job. >> first, caught on camera, video authorities want you to see as they try to find the gunman responsible for a nightclub shooting
. that enable that's problem solve proing is hes. >> reporter: that environment is a bright sunny warehouse space in dog patch neighborhood. her, engineers work on products like an artificial joint that is stable, made out of plastic. >> we looked at what is on the market saw it was stainless steel, expensive metals and thought how to take that design to make it out of a plastic material that would be much easier to manufacture, lower cost. >> reporter: how much lower? about $80 a knee project manager says it's designed with extended range of motion to allow users to sit cross legd and adopt to other realities of the developing world. >> use pit toilets so. in order to go to the bathroom you need to be able to squat . that is an important requirement in the knee design. >> reporter: affordable, and z.durable. while in college, garrett seigel put expertise into this lamp used to treat baby was jaundice. >> we sdroent a cooling fan in this device. so it doesn't require replaceable air filters the fan can't break. >> reporter: the price about 22,000 indian rupies. >> about $400. >> the te
into another environment, maybe stop thinking about the world and how scary that is and actually come out and get scared. >> reporter: as profits rise faster than the living dead. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> and that brings us to our facebook question of the day. >> we want to know what's your biggest halloween expense this year. >> just logon to wnnfans.com, and let us know exactly what is on your mind -- >> i saw you -- don't even. i saw you. >> i tried to get her to scare you. i forgot we have these cameras. >> you want me to have this baby right here on the set. >> i'm here for you, girl. >> you want this child to come popping out. ain't gonna happen. we'll be right back. we'll be right back. popping out. ain't gonna happen. we'll be right back. ♪ >>> welcome to "the mix," everybody. we have got some great items for you. i have been working on my items for the last two minutes, and rob has been working on it for the last three hours because it's so complicated. he's still working on it. >> i'm studying up. i'm cramming. i'm unprepared. >> this is actually great. we're goin
it was easier on the environment. but then in april, planners changed the route to the west of hanford. they say that was more efficient. but farmers complained about possible damage to their property. so the plan was changed back to what it was before. >> a monster storm stretching from the great lakes to the gulf coast across the nation's mid section continues to cause flooding and severe w wind damage this morning. two men were killed by flooding in central texas. we're up to 14 inches of rain had fallen so far. south of austin, emergency crews are going door to door after a possible tornado his bridge city. in indiana, nearly a hundred people had to be rescued when it roof collapsed in terre haute. >>> the scariest sight is in kansas where this school bus got swept on to its side. the driver was injured, but he managed to call for help right away. rescuers set their ae he emotions aside and used ropes and pulley toes carefully extract all ten students on board plus the driver. they train for it, but still, when kids are hurt, that's a whole different ball game. >> here, it's been totally dry
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